|Say It LOUD: New Songs For Peace - Pacifica Radio Archives and The Polemic Consortium|
Pacifica Radio Archives and The Polemic Consortium presents "Say It LOUD: New Songs For Peace." The Polemic Consortium is Mark Torres, Gomez, Bulldog Music composed by Gomez and Bulldog Mixed and produced by Mark Torres 01. Ed Asner 02. I Want All of My Daughters to be Like Maxine Waters - Maxine Waters (D-CA), Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) 03. Damn Some Money - Muhammad Ali 04. Bin Bush - Michael Moore 05...
Keywords: Ed Asner; Maxine Waters; Dennis Kucinich; Muhammad Ali; Michael Moore; Gore Vidal; Tariq Ali; Angela Davis; Fannie Lou Hamer; Thich Nhat Hanh; Greg Palast; Lily Tomlin; Huey Newton; Dr. Helen Caldicott; Che Guevara; John Coltrane; Wounded Knee; George Jackson; Mumia Abu-Jamal; Malcolm X; James Baldwin; Adriene Rich; Langston Hughes; H. Rap Brown; Elijah Muhammad; Bayard Rustin; Rosa Parks; Paul Robeson; Jean-Bertrand Aristide; Cesar Chavez; Dolores Huerta; United Farm Workers; Voice from the Chicano Moratorium
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|Seals & Crofts (Episode 2 of 33)|
James "Jimmy" Seals, guitar and violin, and Darrell "Dash" Crofts, electric mandolin and electric piano, perform down-home songs, ballads and some country fiddle tunes at WBAI's Free Music Store on November 14, 1971. Bobby Lichtig accompanies them on bass. Songs include Freaks fret, Irish linen, Earth, Eighth of January, Devil's dream, a Tuvan singing demonstration of Bonaparte's retreat, Tin town, Birthday of my thoughts, Cotton mouth, Ridin' thumb, Wisdom, Springfield mill, High on the mountai...
Keywords: Seals & Crofts; Folk-rock music; Seals; James; 1941-; Crofts; Dash
|Senator RF Kennedy Speaks - May 1968 - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Senator Robert F. Kennedy speaking at a luncheon at the Beverly Hilton Hotel . When & Where: Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1968. Recorded: at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Los Angeles. Description: Political speech. BROADCAST: KPFK 29 May 1968. (19 min.) BB4630 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: kennedy; hilton; pacifica; president; campaign; assassination
Oedipus was presented by Performance Group of New York City in December of 1977 and January of 1978. The play was written by Roman playwright, philosopher, and political adviser, Lucius Annaeus Seneca in 50 A.D. and was based on the classical Greek play, Oedipus Rex by Sophocles written 500 years earlier. It was performed at the Performing Garage in the Soho area of New York. The play was adapted by Ted Hughes from a translation by David Anthony Turner, and directed by Richard Schechner
Oedipus was presented by Performance Group of New York City in December of 1977 and January of 1978. The play was written by Roman playwright, philosopher, and political adviser, Lucius Annaeus Seneca in 50 A.D. and was based on the classical Greek play, Oedipus Rex by Sophocles written 500 years earlier. It was performed at the Performing Garage in the Soho area of New York. The play was adapted by Ted Hughes from a translation by David Anthony Turner, and directed by Richard Schechner.
|Sentencing of the Berkeley free speech movement defendants|
Speeches and interviews given by Free Speech Movement defendants as they are sentenced, enter, or are released from the Santa Rita detention center for their activities three years prior. Narrator Elsa Knight Thompson explains how on June 12, 1967 the United States Supreme Court refused to hear the Free Speech Movement case, she reads the appeal brief, and speaks of the details of the sentencing of the participants of the Sit-In at Sproul Hall in December 1964...
|Singer/songwriter Jamie Anderson is interviewed by Lori Medigovich|
Lori Medigovich plays the music of and interviews lesbian singer/songwriter Jamie Anderson. They discuss her life, her music, and women's and lesbian music in general.
|Sit-in at Sproul Hall, U.C. Berkeley|
Actuality recorded at the sit-in at U.C. Berkeley's Sproul Hall, December 4, 1964 at approximately 3:00AM. Track 2, someone announces that "there's a possibility that the police might use tear gas...tear gas CAN NOT kill you." Later it is announced "If you're on probation, under 18 years of age, or not a citizen of the United States, that you strongly consider leaving...you're going to give our lawyers a hell of a time." Protesters sing "We shall overcome." Announcement by Dr...
|Sit-in inside Sproul Hall.|
Actuality from renewed protest of students against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley's Sproul Hall. The recording features students singing protest songs and chants. It includes discussion among A. Williams, Mario Savio, Turner, Nate Coleman, Rossman, Jim Pricket, and others, about the student occupation and their demands.The student agreement to leave Sproul Hall so that the sociology faculty can negotiate with the school administration.
|Soviet press and periodicals / William Mandel|
William Mandel talks about the variety of Soviet newspapers and periodicals. Mandel explains how magazines such as Literaturna gazeta provide a major forum for Soviet citizens to discuss public affairs. Periodicals are printed in a wide variety of languages, such as Armenian, Ukrainian and Yiddish. Mandel also reports on CIA activity in the Soviet Union and takes phone calls where he addresses the general opinions of the USSR on Solzhenitsyn, Stalin, and homosexuals.
|Springsteen and 3M|
Joan Greenbaum speaks with Howard Saunders of the Institute for Labor Education and Research about the closing of the tape production 3M factory in Bruce Springsteen's hometown of Freehold, New Jersey. They speak about the productivity of the plant, the workers, and the reasons for the closure of the plant.Springsteen's songs "My Hometown" and "Dancing in the Dark" are played throughout the program.
|Sproul Hall sit-in|
Josiah Beeman, State President of the California Young Democrats and legislative assistant to Congressman Phil Burton, addresses the rally. He expresses support of campus Young Democrat clubs across the state for FSM. Clark Kerr addresses the crown regarding the faculty's response. William Stanton, assemblyman of the 25th Assembly District [Santa Clara County] addresses the rally in Sproul Plaza. He speaks of his academic connection to University of California, Berkeley (UCB) and his attendance ...
|Sproul Hall Sit-In 1968 - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Sproul Hall sit-in documentation sixty-eight. Recorded: at University of California, Berkeley. Description: Actuality of the anti-war demonstration at the Berkeley campus. Length: 2 recordings (110 min.) BB2365 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: sproul; berkeley; pacifica; war; demonstration; activist; activism; vietnam
|Sproul Hall sit-in and arrests|
Disc 2: The recording is a continuation of reports on arrests and processing of University of California, Berkeley students by California Highway Patrol, Berkeley police, and Alameda County Sheriff. FSM leader Brian Turner and other spokesman discuss demonstrators' legal rights. Captain Beal of the Berkeley police department announces that they have taken over the building and will remain until the last demonstrator is removed...
|Sproul Hall sit-in and arrests|
Disc 1: Students participating in sit-in begin by singing "Hatikva" and Zum Gali Gali" in celebration of Hanukkah. An unidentified speaker leads a discussion on what constitutes non-violence, strategies for non-violent action, and anticipation of police action. Students then sing "Mayim Mayim". Chancellor Edward Strong addresses crowd in Sproul Hall requesting the students to disperse or failure to do so will result in disciplinary action by the university...
|St. Mark's Poetry Project: 1979 New Year's Benefit|
WBAI's Drama, Literature and Art department presents the St. Mark's Poetry Project's New Year's Day Benefit to help rebuild the St. Mark's Church which partially burned down in 1979.Side one of tape: (00:00:28) Intro and Patti Smith - Because the Night" (studio version). (00:03:47) John Cage reads extracts from "Indeterminacy"; (00:07:03) Susan Howe reads from "Secret History of the Dividing Line"; (00:09:48) Hannah Weiner reads from "Clairvoyant Journal"; (00:12:30) Janet Hamill reads "Belladon...
|Student demands and arrests|
On December 3, 1964, students involved in sit-in of Sproul Hall are arrested. Speakers discuss the differences between current arrest scene conducted by Berkeley police and earlier aggressive arrests by California Highway Patrol. Mario Savio discusses how Regents' policies on advocacy must go. Report on arrests of students continues. California Highway Patrol enters crowd and begins beating students and throwing them down stairs...
|Suicide note from a cockroach in a low-income housing project and other poems (Episode 7 of 33)|
Pedro Pietri (1944-2004), co-founder of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe in New York City, reads selections from his work at WBAI's Free Music Store, March 1972. The evening was organized by the Young Lords Party, the Puerto Rican activist group with which Pietri was affiliated. Pietri reads Sex and the Virgin Mary [first poem introduced, Blip bloop blop, appears to have been edited out], A broken English dream, The rise and fall of the Avon lady, The dead uniform, The first rock and roll song of 1970, ...
Keywords: Poetry; Pietri; Pedro; 1944-2004; Young Lords (Organization)
|Sun Ra interviewed by Dennis Irving - Pacifica Radio Archives|
SUN RA / interviewed by Dennis Irving. - Poet, mythical scientist, musician, and leader of Solar Arkestra discusses his mystical view of the world and humanity. He begins by defining his style of music within the concept of infinity, his role as a musical "coordinator," and the importance of music for all people. Blacks have been cast as "evil" in the Western world, which has lead to a decline in African American self value...
Keywords: sun ra; irving; african; jazz; pacifica
|Swanwhite (Episode 23 of 29)|
Radio adaptation of a play by Swedish playwright August Strindberg (1849-1912), cast in the form of a classic fairy tale but with depths and depths. Julienne Marie plays the title role; the cast also includes Larry Gates, Sue Lawless, Herb Sufrin, Charlotte Lane, Victor Arnold and Sheldon Baron. Technical production by David Rapkin. Adapted, directed, and narrated by Saylor Cresswell, Jr. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3818.16.
Keywords: Radio adaptations; Strindberg; August; 1849-1912; Fairy tales
|Sweet Honey in the Rock live|
Sweet Honey in the Rock perform "Dream Variations and Dream Deferred", "This Little Light of Mine", "We Shall Overcome", "More Than a Paycheck", "Seven Principles", "Amazing Grace", and other songs. Audio levels fluctuate throughout recording. A benediction is performed at the end of the recording while Sweet Honey in the Rock leads the audience in "We Shall Overcome."NOTE: This recording is not available for streaming at this time...